Category Archives: NaPoWriMo

Vikings Mission to Mars

Last day of 2018 Na/GloPoWriMo (poetry writing month). What a great poem to end on as I start my exploration of a full-time career in Poetry. Help give me a good start by spreading the word about my custom poetry … Continue reading

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Like the Power of Sunflower

A sweet, happy poem and a reminder that we have a choice in how we see the world and how we are in the world. Choose the way of the Sunflower my children. Like the Power of Sunflower Happy happy … Continue reading

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Hail Photographers

Day 28 of Na/GloPoWriMo (poetry writing month).  It was natural for this stamp to evoke a stamp-poem paying tribute to photographers. I’d like to dedicate it to my photographer friends Brian Kowalski, Merv Cole, Matt Koenig, Dave Kallaway, Adrienne Haas, … Continue reading

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Paranoia of Societal Collapse

Complex poem evoked from a stamp of a complex man. A complex man who promoted simplicity.  One of my paranoia is that our population will outgrow our planet’s ability to feed and water us. Is our current battle for attention … Continue reading

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Sleep Owl Sleep

Can you tell I didn’t sleep well last night? Worrying about things I can’t control. Yesterday walking into work, I, indeed, heard an owl calling in broad day light. He is working overtime this mating time of year. Maybe spring … Continue reading

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Mountain Church

My brother-in-law coined the term “Mountain Church” for all the Sundays we went hiking in the beautiful mountains of Oregon. I have not had the pleasure of hiking, yet, in New Zealand. This stamp is so inspiring, it called for … Continue reading

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Peace Giver

Who doesn’t love trees. This poem calls them the most loving creature on earth. Did you ever notice how calm you feel walking among them? How your lungs relax and breathe deeper? How your stress disappears? Enjoy this stamp-poem in … Continue reading

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